Since the Scriptures say that each of us is a dwelling, or temple for the Holy Spirit, and we are also living stones that make up the entire Ecclesia, or Church, then logically speaking, each individual is a type of church that is represented in the book of Revelation. I myself, have done this bit of soul-searching, and personally, I found that I was a Laodicean Church. I know dear reader, truly it is the worst church next to the nearly dead one, right? I know I was a Laodicean church, because I was once a Word of Faith minion, and these congregants boast and 'say' that they are rich, and have become wealthy, and have need of nothing.
In reality, most of them are poor, blind and naked. I know I was poor, and I still am, even after decades of sowing my money to these false teachers, who were the only beneficiaries in that deal. But thanks be to God, I'm no longer that kind of church, and I don't go to that kind of church any more either! I am now striving to be a member of the Philadelphian church. But perhaps, the Lord will count me as the church of Smyrna; a possibility which I must be ready to face - meaning the possibility of martyrdom during the Tribulation period. Don't you see that dear reader? Don't you see that we are individually considered to be a temple, ecclesia, or church, which we in turn make up the entire church, or body of Christ?
How do I know that? Well, heaven is never described as "the wilderness" in Scripture, it is spoken of as paradise. And if the woman in Revelation 12 was taken up into heaven, then any concern of a murderous flood coming after her would not have been grave enough to require the giving of wings to her as an eagle to escape it. Clearly the woman (who many Bible scholars claim is national Israel rather than the Church) is not taken to heaven, but to a place of refuge on the earth, or the wilderness.
And I don't entirely agree with the differentiation between National Israel and the body of Christ that theologians assert, but that is not of my own opinion, rather it is something I derived from Scripture. What I mean is that there are two "Israel's" if you will. National Israel, and True (or Spiritual) Israel. National Israel is by and large the immoral majority that God had to constantly punish. They rely on their outward observance of religious ritual, and their physical relation to Abraham to save them. Whereas True (or Spiritual Israel) live by faith, they are the remnant that do not bow their knees to Baal, they are those that God reserves for himself. They are the true physical and spiritual descendants of Abraham. They do not rely on their own righteousness, but instead rely on the Lord's righteousness. In the New Testament, they were the first Christians, before the Gentiles nations were giving the gospel.
There is always only one "elect" people of God in Scripture, not two. Spiritual Israel that came from believing Abraham, is the True Israel, and is the root of the Christian faith, we are grafted onto that righteous tree. National Israel will be judged for their rejection of their Messiah, but even so, there will be some that come to the faith in the Tribulation period, namely, the 144,000 missionaries Jesus commissions from the 12 tribes.
And since Jesus is the Lord God Almighty, then that means there is only woman in his life, which is his bride, or the Church. But there is another woman, a harlot, for all of the members of Satan's church, or synagogue. Before anyone gets their shorts in a bunch, I want to assure you that the Church (the elect) is comprised of any and all who have the faith of Abraham, so that would include those who are physical Israelites, and Gentiles, or "the one new man" spoken of in the book of Ephesians. Amen.